Huawei Northern Africa obtains Top Employer 2021 certification

Huawei Northern Africa confidently kicks off 2021 with a quality standard. The company Huawei, its parent company, one of the main world leaders in the supply of equipment, information and communications technology infrastructure, has just won the “Top Employer” certification which rewards its management policy human resources focused on the provision of quality services in the perspective and prospective of a living environment and decent work to its operational staff.

The Top Employers program assesses companies based on their performance in the “HR Best Practices Survey”. This covers 6 criteria for managing human resources in companies, divided into 20 themes including the working environment, training and skills development, and diversity and inclusion. This year, more than 1,600 Top Employers were recognized in 120 countries around the world.

The Top Employers program assesses companies based on their performance in the “HR Best Practices Survey”. This covers 6 criteria for managing human resources in companies, divided into 20 themes including the working environment, training and skills development, and diversity and inclusion. This year, more than 1,600 Top Employers were recognized in 120 countries around the world.

It should be noted that the Huawei company has more than 9,000 employees on the African continent, 76% of whom are locals. In order to ensure good cohesion between the teams, it places, among other things, at the heart of its action, a primordial place in the values ​​of empathy and consideration through the diversity and inclusion of its employees in a concern for consolidation. of the qualities of the services. “We believe that the progression of employees goes hand in hand with that of the group, and are proud to see that our efforts are recognized,” said Adnane Ben Halima, Vice-President in charge of public relations for the Mediterranean region of Huawei Northern Africa .

“We hope that Huawei can be a reason why young African talent choose to stay on the continent. With our employees, we are sketching a bright future for Africa ”, added Loïse Tamalgo, Vice-President in charge of public relations for sub-Saharan Africa of Huawei Northern Africa in order to underline the importance of the social actions carried out by the group. .

Huawei Northern Africa’s “In Africa for Africa” strategy for which the company was awarded rests on three pillars: education, environment and connectivity. The group thus sees its positive social impact on the entire continent hailed, a path on which it claims to continue in the years to come.

With integrated solutions in four key areas – telecommunications networks, IT, smart devices and cloud services -, according to the information in our possession, the Huawei group intends to develop in the medium and long term a strategy to bring digital to every person. , home and organization in its vision of a “fully connected and intelligent world”.

Huawei’s end-to-end portfolio of products, solutions and services are both competitive and secure. Through open collaboration with partners in the digital ecosystem, the company creates lasting added value for its private and state clients, working to empower individuals, enrich family life and inspire innovation in organizations. of all sizes and shapes.

All in all, the company plans to invest in basic research this year, focusing on first-generation technological innovations that contribute to the development of the world. In this new challenge, it can count on its 194,000 employees in more than 170 countries.

Founded in 1987, Huawei in the design vision of its managers is a private company wholly owned by its employees.

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